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Farewell Fire

Synopsis: 

A woman troubled by a dark secret feels alienated from her tribe, and so sets off on her own journey in search for answers. Though she tries to leave something behind, it finds its way back to her. Can she escape this horrible feeling?

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00:07:19

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Synopsis:

A woman troubled by a dark secret feels alienated from her tribe, and so sets off on her own journey in search for answers. Though she tries to leave something behind, it finds its way back to her. Can she escape this horrible feeling?

Director: Scott Armstrong
Producer: Kala Ritchie
Character Animation: Adam Massicotte
Music and Sound: Patrick Rundblad

Funded by the Canada Council for the Arts

Copyright 2016 Scott Armstrong

Official Website: http://farewellfirefilm.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FarewellFireFilm/

Screenings / Awards: 

CTV Best in Shorts 2017- Winner: Shorts Open Category

CTV Best in Shorts 2017 - Winner: Northern Flicks Award

Cinefest Sudbury International Film Festival 2017- Official Selection

Northern Ontario Music and Film Awards 2017 - Winner: Best Short/Mid-length Film

Spark Animation Festival 2017 - Official Selection

Creation International FIlm Festival 2016 - Winner: Best Animated Short Film

Lift-Off Vancouver 2017 - Winner: Special Mention

Lift-Off Amsterdam 2017 - Official Selection

Toronto Short Film Festival 2017 - Official Selection

California International Shorts Festival 2017 - Official Selection

Hollywood Short Film Festival 2017 - Official Selection

Indian World Film Festival 2017 - Official Selection

5th Delhi Shorts International Film Festival 2016 - Special Jury Mention

Directed by: 
Scott Armstrong
Writing credits: 
Scott Armstrong
Produced by: 
Kala Ritchie
Music by: 
Patrick Rundblad
Cinematography by: 
Scott Armstrong
Film Editing by: 
Scott Armstrong
Art Direction by: 
Scott Armstrong
Other crew: 
Animation: Adam Massicotte
Official sites: 
farewellfirefilm.com
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